Highlights from CAM’s 17th Annual Conference in Gatineau, Quebec
Dr. Onye Nnorom to deliver Keynote Address on How Racism Impacts Health at CAM conference
CAM is committed to health promotion and harm reduction pertaining to the legalization and regulated use of recreational cannabis products.
Ontario ruling on pay equity will have ramifications across the country.
23% of CAM members participated and results reflect CAM’s Membership.
Member involvement in these initiatives is key to advancing CAM’s strategic objectives.
CAM signs an open letter to Canadian Ministers to end immigration detention in Canada.
Newfoundland is launching its first midwifery program in Gander.
NACM’s Co-chairs are satisfied that the project took meaningful steps towards restoring birth to Indigenous communities.
CAM supports the Association of Ontario Midwives and shares their position that the health curriculum in Ontario should include information about LGBTQ communities and teach students about safety, their bodies and consent.
In 2017, midwives supported 42,248 births in Canada.
The Canadian Fetal Health Surveillance Steering Committee (C FHS SC) has made changes to Fetal Health Surveillance education in Canada that will impact many learners in the coming months.
INSIDE: Discover the 2017 statistics about midwife-led births in Canada; read about the reflections of a Quebec midwife inspired by her Congolese colleagues and celebrate with New Brunswick midwives on moving into their new home!
Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2018 CAM Conference & Exhibit, AGM, Pre-Conference Workshops, and CAM Global Health Symposium!
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